The word slacker is usually pointed towards people who don’t feel like they belong within the society’s rules and refuse to work. But the interesting thing is, the person using such a stereotyping...
word is more likely to be a slacker themselves as new statistics pop up proving as much. With more and more viable distractions popping up to take away from work productivity, like Facebook, fantasy sports, and online chat capabilities to name a few, actual work produced is not at optimum levels. We here at Online Schools have compiled the facts and statistics that back up the claims being made and maybe you’ll find ways to improve your work productivity as a result of it (or get ideas for more distractions!).
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